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Old 03-08-2019, 10:58 PM
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Light them up! 2007 FX4 F150...

Low beam LED

High beam and 22" light bar

High beam, 22" light bar on bull bar and 52" curved LED light bar windshield mount!

Everything on!
LED head lights,LED driving lights, 22" LED bar mounted on bull bar, 52" LED bar mounted at windshield.
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Old 03-10-2019, 01:07 PM
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Light them up! 2007 FX4 F150...

Low beam LED

High beam and 22" light bar

High beam, 22" light bar on bull bar and 52" curved LED light bar windshield mount!

Everything on!
LED head lights,LED driving lights, 22" LED bar mounted on bull bar, 52" LED bar mounted at windshield.
Anyone??
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Old 03-12-2019, 12:31 PM
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I'd like to get some LED head and fog lights but after being blinded so many dang times, I don't want to throw them in my truck. I do want a light bar for my brush guard though.
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Here's mine notice the white KW is about 50+ yards away and the trees behind are another 75+ yards away. The light is lighting up the trees and casting the trailers shadow on the trees as well.



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Here's mine notice the white KW is about 50+ yards away and the trees behind are another 75+ yards away. The light is lighting up the trees and casting the trailers shadow on the trees as well.


Man that looks great super bright! Thanks for sharing!!
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Originally Posted by nathan3306 View Post
I'd like to get some LED head and fog lights but after being blinded so many dang times, I don't want to throw them in my truck. I do want a light bar for my brush guard though.
I think people put the LED'S in and go. LED'S display a different pattern than halogen bulbs. I had to adjust mine a lot to get it where it wouldn't blind other and I have a good visual as well. If you put LED's in you have to adjust them no matter what...
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This is when I had my Sylvania Xtravision's in the headlights. Went back to Glowtek LEDs since then.​​​​​​​
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This is when I had my Sylvania Xtravision's in the headlights. Went back to Glowtek LEDs since then.
​​​​​​​Looking good man! Like the fog light set up.
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Wanting to install LED headlamps and fogs as the exisiting ones are too yellow and dim.

What's the recommended bulb that will work with our trucks?

Will have no problem adjusting to spare blinding the oncoming traffic.
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Wanting to install LED headlamps and fogs as the exisiting ones are too yellow and dim.

What's the recommended bulb that will work with our trucks?

Will have no problem adjusting to spare blinding the oncoming traffic.
H13 is the headlight bulb size. 9140/9145 is the size I used for the fogs.

This is what I'm running

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